Kadhafi Accedió a Financiar a Sarkozy con € 50 millones


El sitio web francés de investigación Mediapart informó el sábado que el depuesto líder libio Muammar Kadhafi accedió a financiar en 2007, al presidente Nicolas Sarkozy durante la campaña electoral con un cheque de 50 millones de euros.

El Régimen de Muamar Kadhafi accedió a financiar la campaña electoral de 2007 para el presidente francés, lo que según el sitio de noticias,  pudo ser confirmado con evidencia documental.

El documento de 2006 en árabe, que la página web Mediapart dijo que fue firmado por el jefe de inteligencia de Kadhafi, Mussa Kussa, se refirió a un acuerdo “en principio para apoyar la campaña del candidato para las elecciones presidenciales, con una suma equivalente a 50 millones de euros. “

El sitio web de investigación de izquierda hizo afirmaciones similares el 12 de marzo, con base en el testimonio de un ex médico de un traficante de armas francés acusado de haber organizado otra donación de campaña, que Sarkozy criticó duramente como “grotesco”.

“Si lo hubiera financiado, yo no estaba muy agradecido”, dijo Sarkozy, con sarcasmo, en una aparente referencia al papel activo que Francia jugó en la campaña de la OTAN que y que llevó a la expulsión del hombre fuerte de Libia.

El último informe se presenta mientras el rival socialista de Sarkozy, François Hollande lidera en las encuestas de opinión de cara a la segunda ronda de las elecciones presidenciales el 6 de mayo.

Artículo traducido del original: Gaddafi ‘agreed to fund Sarkozy’ with €50m cheque

Kadafi ‘concordou em financiar a Sarkozy com € 50 milhões


O site investigativo francês Mediapart informou no sábado que o líder líbio Muammar Kadafi concordou em financiar em 2007, o presidente Nicolas Sarkozy durante a campanha eleitoral com um cheque de 50 milhões de euros.

O Regime de Muammar Kadafi concordou em financiar a campanha eleitoral de 2007 para o presidente francês, que de acordo com o site de notícias, pôde ser confirmado com provas documentais.

O documento de 2006, em árabe que o site Mediapart disse foi assinado pelo chefe de inteligência de Kadafi, Mussa Kussa, refere-se a um acordo “em princípio, a apoiar a campanha do candidato para as eleições presidenciais, um montante equivalente 50 milhões de euros. “

O site de pesquisa da esquerda fez alegações semelhantes em 12 de março, com base na testemunha de um ex-médico de um negociante de armas francês acusado de ter organizado mais uma campanha de doação que o Sarkozy criticou como “grotesco”.

“Se tivesse financiado, não fui muito grato”, disse Sarkozy sarcasticamente em uma aparente referência ao papel ativo que a França jogou na campanha da OTAN e que levou à queda do homem forte da Líbia.

Esta reportagem chega no momento que o rival socialista de Sarkozy, François Hollande, lidera as pesquisas de opinião antes do segundo turno das eleições presidenciais de 6 de Maio.

Traduzido do artigo original: Sarkozy Funded Campaign with Kadhafi cheque

Gaddafi ‘agreed to fund Sarkozy’ with €50m cheque

AFP | APRIL 28, 2012

French investigative website Mediapart reported Saturday that deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi agreed to fund President Nicolas Sarkozy’s 2007 election campaign with a 50 million euro cheque.

Moamer Kadhafi’s regime agreed to fund French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s 2007 election campaign to the tune of 50 million euros, a news website reported Saturday, publishing what it said was documentary evidence.

The 2006 document in Arabic, which website Mediapart said was signed by Kadhafi’s intelligence chief Mussa Kussa, referred to an “agreement in principle to support the campaign for the candidate for the presidential elections, Nicolas Sarkozy, for a sum equivalent to 50 million euros.”

The left-wing investigative website made similar assertions on March 12, based on testimony by a former doctor of a French arms dealer alleged to have arranged the campaign donation, which Sarkozy slammed as “grotesque.”

“If he had financed it, I wasn’t very grateful,” Sarkozy said sarcastically, in an apparent reference to the active role that France played in the NATO campaign that led to the strongman’s ouster.

The latest report comes as Sarkozy trails Socialist rival Francois Hollande in opinion polls ahead of the run-off second round of presidential elections on May 6.

Why the euro bailout is the biggest Ponzi scheme in history

By Norman Lamont
Mail Online
October 12, 2011

The recent decision by the Bank of England to pump another £75billion into the economy shows that Britain, far from recovering, remains on the edge of another dip.

But what happens to the British and world economy is, to a large extent, out of our hands. The greatest threat to our economic future is what is happening in the euro zone.

The scale of the euro crisis has made one thing abundantly plain: Europe, Britain and the rest of the world would be better off if the euro had never happened. It would be preferable if it were now dismantled in an orderly manner.

Yet leaders of euro zone countries appear determined to keep the show on the road, however much voters and their parliaments object to the project.
At the end of last month, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel had to see off a rebellion from German MPs to win a vital vote in the German parliament to support the expanded €440  billion European bailout fund.

Last night, the parliament of Slovakia, one of the poorest of the euro zone countries, cast still more doubt on the bailout project by voting against paying its share of the rescue fund.


Never mind that the €440 billion fund is already considered too little too late — or that the European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso resorted yesterday to demanding Britain helps bail out Greece even though we’re not a member of the euro zone.

It is clear that euro zone leaders are already drawing up contingency plans to get round their national parliaments to increase funding if necessary.

At the weekend, Mrs Merkel and France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy claimed to have reached ‘total accord’ on a recapitalisation programme of hundreds of billions of euros to rescue ailing euro zone banks.

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One European Government

August 16, 2011

Who in their right mind believes that giving more power to those who destroyed the economy is a good idea?

Germany and France are calling on all euro-zone members to enshrine a balanced budget in their constitution, as well proposing a collective “government” led by the EU president.

In one of the most dramatic expansions of state power since the onset of the EU debt crisis, France and Germany have proposed a united euro-zone government to guide the bloc’s finances.

Chancellor Angela Merkel, at a joint press conference Tuesday in Paris with President Nicolas Sarkozy, also proposed giving the new government the power to overrule national governments.

Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy have had another go at stopping the Eurozone debt crisis from spreading.

The worry is that Italy and Spain may be next in line to fail, while France is also battling to keep its credit score from being downgraded.

However, earlier it was announced that the French and German leaders would not discuss Eurobonds during their meeting in Paris on Tuesday.

Eurobonds are considered the panacea which would save the European economy by spreading the debt burden across the EU, transferring Northern European reliability to the southern states, which are in most financial trouble.

But Germany does not want to risk losing its hard-earned reputation for economic reliability by  signing up for the Eurobond.

Meanwhile, influential investors like George Soros are supporting the Eurobonds, saying the only solution for such weak countries as Portugal and Greece is to leave the euro.

The German opposition party, the Christian Democrats, who are currently leading the polls, also believe their country should take responsibility for their neighbors and accept Eurobonds.

The problem is that Germany has already been sucked into the crisis itself with its economic growth skidding to a halt in the second three months of the year.

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